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STORAGE SHORTAGE

Long lines of trucks and massive piles of corn will likely be common sights at Illinois elevators throughout harvest season. High yields mean there’s lots of corn and soybeans to sell, but low prices mean farmers are reluctant to sell it. “We’re getting hammered from both sides,” said Luke Metz, grain originator/merchandiser for Sunrise FS in Cass County. (FarmWeekNow.com)

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